Posted September 23, 2018 08:04:52 As the number of people applying for unemployment has more than doubled since the Great Recession, Michigan’s unemployment department is trying to determine how many of them are actually being hired and how many are just being paid to do so.
“The state of Michigan has received over 9,000 applications from unemployed individuals, with approximately 8,700 of those applications being deemed ineligible,” the department said in a statement.
“While it is difficult to say what percentage of those applicants are actually employed, most of the applications are fraudulent.”
The state’s unemployment office is responsible for the state’s job-seeker assistance program, which offers benefits to anyone who needs them, including those who don’t qualify for other unemployment programs. “
There is no way to tell for sure, but there are several reasons why this is happening, some of which may not be obvious.”
The state’s unemployment office is responsible for the state’s job-seeker assistance program, which offers benefits to anyone who needs them, including those who don’t qualify for other unemployment programs.
The program has a limited number of slots available for the jobless, and it takes a certain number of applications to be considered.
But it’s difficult to tell exactly how many people are being hired by the state and how they’re being paid.
There are two ways to calculate how many applicants the state is hiring.
The first is to look at the number that are applying, then divide by the number who have been approved to work.
The second is to take the number in the unemployment claims filing form, subtract the number for the rejected applicants, and then add the total number of rejected applicants.
That method is commonly used by the U.S. Department of Labor, which does not track the number, but it’s used in some other states.
In Michigan, the unemployment department only counts applications that are deemed fraudulent, which could include the bogus applications that were submitted, the state said.
The unemployment department did not say whether the fake applications that have been rejected are still being processed.
“As the state continues to evaluate its eligibility of applications, we will update the department’s website with information about the applications that we have received,” the state agency said.
As of August 29, more than 9,700 people were applying for jobless benefits in Michigan, a record high, according to the department.
That’s about three times the amount that the state received in the same period in 2016.
That year, Michigan saw more than 10,000 jobless applications submitted.
The department did say that, of those, about 1,500 were rejected.
It’s unclear whether those rejected applicants were still in the system, which is why the state was surprised to see the number go up so much in the first place.
The state said it’s reviewing the number submitted by applicants who were denied benefits, and if they were, it will try to figure out what happened.
If that doesn’t help, it could try to get a refund.